The biggest disappointment -- and I'm sure everyone's been talking about this -- is funding. Funding. Where are we going to get the money to do the work that we do? There's just so much need and so much demand, and where do we go from there, when we're not getting help anywhere else? Everyone's trying to talk about diversifying their funding source, and all that stuff. But what do you do when the economy is bad?
Also, obviously, Asian and Pacific Islander communities are another hugely overlooked population. We're not trying to say that we need more money than other people; we just want to make sure that we're not left behind. Because when you focus on a particular population and you leave the little ones behind
all of a sudden, come 2020, what if it's the reverse? You've decreased the incidence and prevalence in one particular group. But what about this other group? Now their numbers are up, because you didn't do anything about them. You just kind of said, "Oh, it's OK. They're going to take care of themselves, by the wayside. It's fine."
What I'm looking forward to is U.S. HIV/AIDS conferences focusing on women; that's going to be really interesting.